You’re getting Tim ready for daycare/school, and you for work, when he starts to act up. You have two choices. Stay and address the problem, being late for work but possibly teaching him an important skill/lesson, or rush out the door with a screaming Tim, hoping to make it to work on time.
I think it’s more difficult to raise a child in this country more than ever because this world isn’t designed to let us take our time to work through our problems.
Well I’ve taken the time to create Childcare 411 to give advice and address different issues regarding child care to hopefully make your life a little more peaceful.
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